Zimbabwe approves first license for private cannabis company

A Zimbabwe company says it received approval for its cannabis license, which will make it the first in the country to be permitted to commercially produce medical...

Heatwave threatens to slash harvests in drought-hit Zimbabwe

BULAWAYO, Zimbabwe  (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Despite a dry year, Sazini Moyo's maize crop had been...

Zimbabwe region shutters more than 70 mills

HARARE, ZIMBABWE — More than 70 mills in the Matabeleland region of Zimbabwe have closed due...

Zimbabwe Records Lowest Rains in 40 Years

ZIMBABWE is facing its most devastating drought in four decades after recording its lowest rains in...

Zimbabwe 2019 tobacco marketing season opens next week

HARARE (Xinhua) -- Zimbabwe's 2019 tobacco marketing season will open on March 20 with growers retaining...

Zimbabwe central bank head hints at more weakening of new currency

HARARE (Reuters) - Zimbabwe’s central bank governor on Monday said the exchange rate for the new...

Turning Agriculture around in Zimbabwe

We have just come through a really tough wet season. Rainfall has generally been inadequate but...

Reviving indigenous seeds in Zimbabwe

After modern strains fail to thrive amid drought, a growing number of African farmers are looking...

People living with HIV face major challenges in Zimbabwe

According to a recent emergency appeal from the United Nations, around 5.3 million people in Zimbabwe are estimated...

UN Fears Fall Armyworm Outbreak Threatens Zimbabwe’s Food Security

HARARE, ZIMBABWE — The United Nation’s Food and Agriculture Organization fears that an outbreak of fall...

Zim land a dead asset – finance minister

Zimbabwe's controversial land reform programme, which left most of its land without collateral value has meant...

Zimbabwe Food Security Outlook, February to September 2019

Late and below-normal rains and economic hardships expected to impact poor household food access...

Prolonged economic crisis and drought demands urgent response for Zimbabwe’s ‘hardest hit’: UN relief chief

An urgent scale-up in humanitarian relief is required to provide “critical food and livelihood support” for...

U.N. seeks $234 million in aid for drought-hit Zimbabwe

HARARE (Reuters) - The United Nations on Thursday launched an international appeal for aid for Zimbabwe...

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